Manicure March | Julep in Teri

Happy Thursday! It’s time to swatch another Julep nail polish! I wasn’t kidding when I said I owned a lot of them. Today I’ll be reviewing Teri, which is a polish that has survived a few declutters in the past. I’m know I’ve tested this polish a few times before, and it’s always stuck around because there is a lot missing from this bottle. Let me go ahead and show you this polish, and let you know if I’m keeping it this time.

Julep in Teri Julep in Teri

Teri is a peachy pink nail polish with a creme formula. The formula is okay, as it is very opaque, but is too thick to get a smooth application. You can see in the photos above that the polish is uneven. Despite the pretty color, it’s time to say goodbye to Teri. I just have no need for nail polishes that have less than good formulas. This is especially true when the polish shade is not unique.

All in all, I’m glad to be finally destashing Teri. The color is very pretty and looks good with my skin tone, but I’m sure I own something very similar in my collection. I’ll have to be on the lookout for it in the next stage of my declutter project, which you will find out more about at the end of Manicure March. Please let me know in the comments if you have any polishes that have survived multiple declutters. Why did you hold onto it? Did you eventually get rid of it? I’d love to know!

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  1. Nichole says:

    I have to admit, I’m the worst at decluttering. A polish has to be almost unusable before I’ll toss it. Posts like this that help me avoid adding a polish I don’t really need because bad formula/unexciting color/looks just like something else I already have, etc., are a lifesaver, so thanks!

    • Adventures in Polishland says:

      I’m so glad I can be of help! Decluttering can be very hard, but I’ve reached the point where my collection is just out of control. Time for me to suck it up!

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